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Microsoft Ending Support For Windows XP

Twelve years after introducing the operating system, which now runs on nearly 30 percent of all desktops, Microsoft has announced that starting on April 8 it will no longer be offering security updates or customer support for the software. What do you think?

  • “Does this mean I’ll need to re-install Zoo Tycoon?”

    Ken Lohman
    Blog Curator
  • “You’ve got to take the training wheels off sometime.”

    Lesley Welch
    Remote Control Programmer
  • “Not if I have anything to do with it, which I don’t, so it sounds like Microsoft is probably going to make this happen.”

    Anton Cho
    Silver Polisher